The Importance of “Longevity Planning”

Living into the 90s is becoming increasingly possible, with the Social Security Administration estimating that one in four 65-year-olds will make it into their tenth decade. That’s generally a great thing, assuming your physical health and your financial health can sustain you through those years. That’s where “longevity planning” comes into play, and U.S. News contributor Rebecca Lake provides some hints that can guide you in making sure you’ve adequately addressed the aging process. Read her article here… 


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